Awards 2018
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17 October 2018
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Highways Awards 2017

Category Winners
Most Innovative Highway Authority Scheme of the Year London Borough of Waltham Forest
Site Safety Initiative WJ Group
Road Safety Scheme of the Year Scotland TranServ, Clearview Intelligence, Coeval & Transport Scotland
Award for Environmental Sustainability in the Highways Sector Carillion Morgan Sindall Joint Venture
Road Marking Project of the Year Lancashire County Council, WJ North Ltd & Meon UK Ltd
Major Project Award Skanska, Jacobs, Highways England & AECOM
Highway Industry Product of the Year Tensar International Ltd
Team of the Year A14 Integrated Delivery Team
Highway Partnership Award Hanson UK & Dorset County Council
Highways Maintenance Efficiency A-one+ Integrated Highways Services & Highways England
Best Use of New Technology in the Highways Industry Department for Transport, Gaist Solutions, Soenecs, Thurrock Council, Wiltshire Council & City of York Council
Apprentice of the Year Lancashire County Council
Judges’ Special Merit A14 Integrated Delivery Team - Procurement & Supply Chain Team

Highways Awards 2016

Category Winners
Most Innovative Highway Authority Project/Scheme of the Year A-one+ – A66 Scotch Corner to Hartforth – the 1,000 tonne challenge
Site Safety Initiative Award Highways England – Managing Fatigue in the Workplace
Road Safety Scheme or Project of the Year Transport Scotland – A9 Interim Safety Plan
Award for Environmental Sustainability in the Highways Sector Skanska – M25 J30/A13 Corridor Relieving Congestion Scheme
Road Marking Project of the Year Clearview Intelligence Ltd, Transport Scotland, BEAR Scotland, Edinburgh Napier University, Amey – A720 Sheriffhall Roundabout; Lane Transgression Mitigation with the Intelligent Road Stud
Team of the Year Kier Highways – A591 Reconnecting Cumbria – Area 13 MAC Team
Highway Partnership Award Transport Scotland – Forth Road Bridge Closure and Re-opening
Apprentice of the Year Award Tarmac – Liam Owen
Highway Industry Product of the Year Skanska – The Dragon Patcher
Highways Maintenance Efficiency Award Tarmac and Walsall Council – Delivering Efficiencies on Walsall’s Roads
Major Project Award Costain – A160 Port of Immingham Improvement
Award for the Best Use of New Technology in the Highways Industry Costain – Dartford Safety Cell
Judges’ Special Merit Award Kier Highways – A591 Reconnecting Cumbria – Area 13 MAC Team

Highways Awards 2015

Category Winners
Most Innovative Highway Authority Project/Scheme of the Year A-One+ Integrated Highway Services & Highways England – Area 12 Biomass Harvesting
Site Safety Initiative Award Eurovia – Conflict Resolution Training
Highway Partnership Award Northamptonshire Highways, Northamptonshire County Council and KierWSP – Project SAINT and the journey to Northamptonshire Highways
Road Marking Project of the Year Transport Scotland with Glasgow City Council, Glasgow 2014, Scotland Transerv & 3M
IHE Team of the Year A-one+ Integrated Highway Services – A-one+ Ambassador Group
Highways Industry Product of the Year Tarmac – Ultilow
Award for Environmental Sustainability in the Highways Sector Hampshire County Council, Amey & Allasso Recycling – Developing the use of Hydraulically Bound Materials in Hampshire
Road Safety Scheme or Project of the Year City of London and J B Riney & Co Ltd – Holborn Circus Casualty Reduction Scheme
Major Project Award Skanska Balfour Beatty Joint Venture, Atkins & Highways England – M25 Later Upgrade Sections
ITS (UK) Award for the Best Use of New Technology in the Highways Industry Elgin, Cheshire East Council & Ringway Jacobs – Transforming Traffic Management at Cheshire East Council
HMEP Highways Maintenance Efficiency Award Ringway Jacobs & Essex County Council – Essex County Council Strategic Highways Transformation
Judges’ Special Merit Award TRL, Highways England and the Road Workers’ Safety Forum – Eliminating road worker risks from crossing live carriageways

Highways Awards 2014

Category Winners
Site Safety Initiative Award Balfour Beatty Mott MacDonald on behalf of the Highways Agency – Near Miss Reporting App
Highway Partnership Award Aggregate Industries UK Ltd, Kier, Surrey County Council and Marshall Surfacing – Project Horizon Partnership
Highways Industry Product of the Year Aggregate Industries UK Ltd – Non Tipping Trucks
Award for Environmental Sustainability in the Highways Sector Ringway – Wet Waste Reception Station
Most Innovative Local Authority Project/Scheme of the Year Connect Plus and Jackson on behalf of the Highways Agency – Maurer Joint Replacement Scheme
Road Marking Project of the Year East Ayrshire Council & Rennicks (UK) Ltd – A719, Innovative Use of Solar Active Road Stud Technology
Congestion Reduction Scheme of the Year North Somerset Council, Highways Agency, CH2M Hill and Persimmon Homes – M5 Junction 19 Improvements
Road Safety Scheme or Project of the Year Nottinghamshire County Council and Vysionics – A614 Casualty Reduction Scheme
IHE Team of the Year EM Highway Services Ltd and Croydon Council – Croydon Flood Response Team
Major Project Award Costain Carillion JV on behalf of the Highways Agency – M1 Junc 10-13 Improvement Scheme

Highways Awards 2013

Category Winners
Site Safety Initiative Award A-One+ Integrated Highway Services – NO STRIKES IPV Awareness Training
Highway Partnership Award Parsons Brinckerhoff with Project Centre – London 2012 Venue Transport
Highways Industry Product of the Year BEAR Scotland & Vaisala Ltd – DSP310 (Mobile Service) Condition Patrol
Award for Environmental Sustainability in the Highways Sector Suffolk County Council – Intelligent Lighting System
Most Innovative Local Authority Project/Scheme of the Year Coventry City Council – Coventry Civic Centre Public Realm
Road Marking Project of the Year WJ Linkline Group, Euromark, Ringway Jacobs, EM Highway Services Ltd, FM Conway & Transport for London – Olympic Route Network
Congestion Reduction Scheme of the Year Hamilton-Baillie Associates – Poynton Town Centre
Road Safety Scheme or Project of the Year London Borough of Bromley Road Safety Unit – Driven by Consequences
IHE Team of the Year East Riding of Yorkshire – Network Surfacing Team
Major Project Award Costain Ltd & Surrey County Council – A244 Walton Bridge

Highways Awards 2012

Category Winners
Most Innovative Local Authority Project/Scheme of the Year Capita Symonds, Salford City Council, Galliford Try and LED Roadway Lighting – Salford City Council Street Lighting Retrofit
Highway Worker (or Operative) & Site Safety Initiative Award Eurovia Group Limited – Drive for Life Campaign
Highway Partnership Award Lincolnshire County Council, May Gurney, Mouchel & Peek – Lincolnshire County Council Highways Alliance
Road Marking Project of the Year Balfour Beatty Mott MacDonald working with the Highways Agency – A38 Tamar Bridge Illuminated Road Stud Project
IHE Employee(s) of the Year Transport for London – Traffic Infrastructure Surface Transport Department
Highway Industry Product of the Year LMS Highways Ltd – MMAX – Extruded Joint Repair
Award for Environmental Sustainability in the Highways Sector Highways Agency – East & South East Asset Management Framework
Road Safety Scheme or Project of the Year Jacobs, Telford & Wrekin Council and Clearview Traffic Group Limited – A41 Chetwynd Crossroads
Congestion Reduction Scheme of the Year Halcrow Group Ltd.,Welsh Government, South Wales Trunk Road Agent & Alun Griffiths (Contractors) Ltd – M4 J32 Eastbound Off-Slip Dedicated Lane Improvement
Major Project Award Birse Civils Ltd. & the Highways Agency – A14 Corridor Traffic Management Scheme

Highways Awards 2011

Category Winners
HSOG Highway Worker (or Operative) & Site Safety Initiative Award A-one+ Integrated Highway Services – Intellicone
Award for Environmental Sustainability in the Highways Sector Balfour Beatty, Highways Agency and URS Scott Wilson and JacobsA46 Newark to Widmerpool
Highway Partnership Award Staffordshire County Council and Enterprise Plc – Highway Virtual Joint Venture
Congestion Reduction Scheme of the Year Centro, Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council, Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council, AECOM and Jacobs Route 87 – Bus Showcase & Red Route Strategic Improvements
Most Innovative Local Authority Project/Scheme of the Year Somerset County Council & Atkins – Somerset Defect Repairs / Inform Mobile
IHE Employer of the Year Bardon Contracting
Major Project Award Birse Civils Limited, Highways Agency & EnterpriseMouchel – A404(M) Western Region Railway Bridge Replacement
Road Safety Scheme or Project of the Year Siemens – SafeZone
Road Marking Project of the Year Clearview Traffic Group Ltd & Bellstan Ltd – Enhanced delineation and marking on the A4128, Buckinghamshire
Highway Industry Product of the Year Breedon Aggregates Ltd. – Breedon Polymer Plus

Highways Awards 2010

Category Winners
Most Innovative Local Authority Project / Scheme of the Year Transport for Buckinghamshire – Service Information Centre
Highway Operative & Site Safety Initiative Award Atkins and Somerset County Council – Grid Lift
Highway Contractor Partnership Award Midlands Highways Alliance
Road Marking Product / Project of the Year WJ Linkline Group – Weatherline
IHE Employer of the Year Atkins – Operational Training Academy
Highway Industry Product of the Year Crown International – VMC Pole
Award for Environmental Sustainability in the Highways Sector FM Conway Ltd – Closed Loop Highway Waste Management
Road Safety Scheme or Project of the Year Amey working in partnership with Hampshire County Council – Village 30
Traffic Flow Improvement Scheme of the Year Welsh Assembly Government/South Wales Trunk Road Agency/Capita Symonds/Alun Griffiths (Contractors) Ltd – M4 Junction 24 Coldra Roundabout Improvements Scheme
Major Project Award Scott Wilson l Benaim – Clackmannanshire Bridge at Kincardine

Highways Awards 2009

Category Winners
Most Innovative Local Authority of the Year 2009 Cabinet Office, Westminster City Council & West One – Whitehall Streetscape
Road Worker & Site Safety Initiative Award 2009 Amey – Four Phase Initiative
Highway Contractor Partnership Award 2009 Colas Ltd, Portsmouth City Council & Ensign
Road Marking Product or Project of the Year 2009 Quality Marking Services Limited – QMS Hyperline
IHIE Employer of the Year Award 2009 Ringway Infrastructure Services Ltd – Trainee Highway Worker Scheme
Highway Industry Product of the Year 2009 A-one Integrated Highway Services – Retriever Motorcycle Recovery Unit
Highway Industry Product of the Year 2009 MTS & TRL – DRUM (Dynamic Roadspace Unilisation Manager)
Award for Environmental Sustainability in the Highways Sector 2009 Leicestershire County Council – Billesdon ‘Living Water’ Facility
Road Safety Scheme or Project of the Year 2009 Durham Constabulary & Durham County Council – Wise Drive – Drive For Life
Traffic Flow Improvement Scheme of the Year 2009 Bedfordshire Highways – Leighton Linslade Traffic Improvements
Major Project Award 2009 Carillion in partnership with Leeds City Council and Mouchel – Leeds Inner Ring Road Stage 7

Highways Awards 2008

Category Winners
Road Marking Product / Project of the Year Clear View Traffic Group – Astucia Solarlite™ Road studs on A4226 Vale of Glamorgan
Environmental Initiative Award Northamptonshire County Council / Atkins – Climate Friendly Asphalt for Highways
Innovative Road construction / Maintenance Product of the Year TMP – TMP Heritage Solalite Solar Powered Flexible Bollard
IHIE Excellence in Employee Development Award Atkins – Atkins Development Framework
Most Innovative Local Authority of the Year Reading Borough Council – Infrastructure & Innovation for Intelligent Transport in Reading
Consultant of the Year Gloucestershire Highways
Contractor of the Year A-one Integrated Highway Services
Urban Traffic Scheme of the Year Alan Baxter Integrated Design – Snow Hill, Birmingham
Road Safety Scheme or Project of the Year Durham County Council / Durham Constabulary – BIKEWISE
Road Safety Scheme or Project of the Year Nottinghamshire Road Safety Partnership – BareBones
Innovative Road Safety Product of the Year Lancashire County Council Road Safety Group – ‘Perfect Partner’ Learner & Driver Support CD

Highways Awards 2007

Category Winners
Most Innovative Local Authority of the Year Leicestershire County Council
Consultant of the Year Atkins
Contractor of the Year Carillion Roads
Urban Traffic Scheme of the Year Blackpool Council – Layton District Centre
Road Safety Scheme or Project of the Year Portsmouth City Council – Queen Street 20MPH Scheme
Innovative Road Safety Product of the Year Leighs Paints – NiteSite
Innovative Maintenance Product of the Year InterRoute – Quickchange Moveable Barrier
Excellence in Recycling CEMEX – Viapave-R
Passive Safety Innovation Award Durham County Council Environment

Highways Awards 2006

Category Winners
Most Innovative Local Authority of the Year Durham County Council
Consultant of the Year Project Centre in partnership with The Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
Contractor of the Year Balfour Beatty Civil Engineering
Urban Traffic Scheme of the Year WSP Civils – A641 Bradford Road, Huddersfield
Urban Traffic Scheme of the Year Leeds County Council – South Leeds Stadium Link Road
Road Safety Scheme or Project of the Year Amey – A77 Safety Group
Innovative Road Safety Product of the Year RoSPA – Driver Profiler
Innovative Maintenance Product of the Year SUMO Services – Sub-surface Utility Detection
Excellence in Recycling Rediweld Rubber & Plastics – BusPad
Passive Safety Innovation Award Durham County Council Environment

Highways Awards 2005

Category Winners
Most Innovative Local Authority of the Year Worcestershire County Council
Contractor of the Year Prismo
Urban Traffic Scheme of the Year Cumbrian Industrials / Capita Symonds – Homezone Project at Poulton
Road Safety Scheme or Project of the Year WSP Civils – A449 Improvements between Kidderminster and Worcester
Innovative Road Safety Product of the Year Solagen – SAS600 Solar Powered Vehicle Activated Sign
Innovative Maintenance Product of the Year MVS Services – Lockguard Advanced Safety Barriers
Excellence in Recycling Balfour Beatty – Recycling on the M25 Junctions 12 to 15 Widening & M25 Spur Stage 2 Project
Consultant of the Year Mott MacDonald

Highways Awards 2004

Category Winners
Most Innovative Local Authority of the Year Cambridgeshire County Council
Consultant of the Year Atkins
Contractor of the Year Balfour Beatty Civil engineering
Urban Traffic Scheme of the Year Manchester City Council – Rusholme Safety and Regeneration Scheme
Urban Traffic Scheme of the Year Norwest Holst – Vauxhall Cross Interchange Phase 1
Innovative Road Safety Product of the Year Prismo – Colourbright
Innovative Maintenance Product of the Year The Ringway Group – The Flexiplast System
Excellence in Recycling Rediweld Rubber & Plastics – Recycled Rubber Kerb

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